Our events are open to all members of the public and we can promise a warm welcome to both members and non-members alike. We have organised major reenactments, lectures, commemoration services, radio docudramas and much more since our formation in 2003. 

Members of the society are normally given a priority booking period with ticketed events as well as occasional discounts. To become a member, please click here

EVENTS

  • Wed, Jan 20
    Location is TBD
    The Battle of Waterloo
    Sorry folks - another vicrim of Covid-19. The Hive are not taking any bookings in January - who said 2021 was going to be better?
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  • Wed, Feb 24
    The Studio
    Edward Winslow, The Mayflower and the Pilgrim Fathers
    Join BoWS Member, Howard Robinson for this fascinating talk on one of the most important pilgrim fathers.
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  • Thu, Mar 18
    The Guildhall Worcester
    The White Ship
    Join BoWS Patron The Earl Spencer for a talk in the stunning Guildhall, Worcester.
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  • Thu, Apr 22
    The Great Hall
    Colonel Nick Lipscombe author of ‘Mapping the English Civil War’
    Join Colonel Lipscombe for this fascinating talk.
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  • Thu, May 20
    The Great Hall
    Stuart Orme: The Private Life of Oliver Cromwell
    Join the Curator of the Oliver Cromwell Museum, Huntingdon for this fascinating talk.
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  • Thu, Jun 24
    The Great Hall
    Chris Monaghan: Impeachment, Personal Rule and the Lead up to the English Civil War (1)
    Chris Monaghan is a Principal Lecturer in Law at the University of Worcester. Join him for what promises to be a fascinating talk.
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  • Thu, Jul 15
    THE HALL @ THE ROYAL PORCELAIN WORKS
    Professor Ronald Hutton: Oliver Cromwell – Saint or Sinner?
    Join BoWS Patron and one of the UK's most well respected Historians for this fascinating talk.
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  • Thu, Aug 19
    The Great Hall
    Richard Bradley: Recent Investigation of the Battlefield at Worcester – new discoveries along the Southern Link Road (1)
    Join commercial archeologist, Richard Bradley for this fascinating talk.
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  • Thu, Oct 28
    Henry Sandon Hall
    Dr Clare Jackson
    Trinity Hall’s Senior Tutor in the Faculty of History
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PATRONS

His Grace The Duke of Hamilton and Brandon ~ The Rt. Hon. The Earl Spencer DL ~ Sir Robert Worcester KBE DLLord Faulkner of Worcester

Lord Selkirk of Douglas PC QC Prof. Ronald Hutton F.R.Hist.S ~  Nigel Adams MP ~Henry Berkeley Esq.

CHAIRMAN

Richard Shaw  BA

PRESIDENT

Benjamin Humphrey JP FRSA